I have been in the spanking scene for twenty-one years this month, and online for nineteen. After much thought, going back and forth, changing my mind and then back again, I have decided it’s time to bring this blog to an end.I’m still out there, on Facebook, Twitter and Fet Life. my real name, my family, the TV shows they worked on… I have always welcomed polite and civil correspondence (and no, you do not have to agree with me, just don’t be a dick about it), and that will not change. But you know, I don’t want to go into that on here anymore either. Come on, you didn’t really think I’d tell all that, did ya? 😛 And so this hard-edged, tender-hearted, snarky spanko bids you farewell, in this venue at least. I have ranted, raved, wept, opened up and laid myself bare (physically and emotionally) in these posts over the years. Everyone has problems; they don’t want to hear mine.

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If one was lucky enough to be “Chrossed,” they would be treated to a highly gratifying spike in blog hits. I finally grew so frustrated that I wrote a post called “Who Do I Have to @#$% to Get on Chross’s List? Turns out it wasn’t necessary, since Blogger backed off, but I don’t regret it. Slowly but surely, the spanking blog was overtaken by the Tumblr blogs: pictures. The lengthy blog entry morphed into quickie sound bites, gifs and jpegs. The spanking models, who all used to blog, now opened Tumblr accounts.I was lucky enough to win second place in 2015, that award’s final year.After many years and thousand of words, kids, I’m fresh out of things to say. I don’t want to hash and rehash the same discussions; there’s Fet Life for that. I no longer have a top, and I haven’t played since 50 Freaks in February. I do not shoot anymore, and even if someone were to offer it up, I’m not sure I would do it.Even so, I figured as long as I had stories to tell, experiences to share, connections to make, I’d have an audience.

For quite a while, my views remained high thanks to being Chrossed often.

I joined this bandwagon in 2005, on what used to be hopping place (! My blog there straggled along for a while, trying to find its audience, but there was so much competition. One, I was listed by our blog queen, Bonnie, who made a point of spotlighting new blogs in her “In With the New” column. Until My Space died, and I took the plunge and started a new blog on Blogger in 2010.